We've put together a few of our trusty and timeless favourites into one collection to make your gift buying easy - good for walking the dog in the morning and going to Buckingham Palace in the afternoon.
Tilda Swinton takes an exotic excursion in ‘Stranger than Paradise’ wearing our 'Harriet' by Tim Walker for W Magazine May 2013.
Cornelia James travels to Xilitla, Mexico where Tim Walker and his muse Tilda Swinton descend on Las Pozas, a garden in a subtropical rainforest created by the late poet Edward James. As he gazed into the heart of Las Pozas he wrote 'I have seen such beauty as one man has seldom seen'.
Hoping to embrace that liberated realm of the imagination and unconscious so familiar to James, the photographer Tim Walker and the actress Tilda Swinton created a series of phantasmagorias inspired by artists Salvador Dalí, Giorgio de Chirico, Remedios Varo, Leonora Carrington, and other James muses and collaborators.
And like that, we are transported to a world where the wonder of nature meets the surrealistic space of virtual visionaries. A creative collaboration of the highest order, this stunning series is a salute to the sanctity of this sacred land.
Full article and photoshoot here.
Photographer Steven Klein and fashion director Edward Enninful team up for W Magazine March 2012. Kate Moss wearing Cornelia James, goes from angelic in white to devious in black for this cover. The supermodel has graced W’s covers more than any other person in its 40-year history, and there’s little sign of her reign coming to an end.
Icy in white, this supposed angel rests peacefully in a dark, dark room. Storms of chaos swirl around in her head as she dreams. For her, these are no nightmare. Remember, even Lucifer was once an angel...
Joan Collins in our 'Arabella' and 'Hermione' gloves for W Magazine, December 2018. Styled by Simon Robins and photographed by Angelo Pennetta.
In 1955, when a shy 22-year-old actress named Joan Collins arrived in Hollywood from London to begin her contract with 20th Century Fox, she had some pressing concerns. One was how to avoid appearing star-struck during lunch at the studio commissary, where, on her first day, she spotted Lana Turner, Richard Burton, Susan Hayward, and Robert Wagner.
Collins also worried about how she would fare after her ingenue years were over: Would she become a respected leading lady like her idols Vivien Leigh and Margaret Leighton? Or would she end up alone in an old-actors’ home, poring over yellowed clippings about movies that nobody remembered, if they’d seen them in the first place?
Today it’s clear that her concerns have eased.
Read full interview in W Magazine here.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the globe, a mysterious Victorian woman discovers new lands for W Magazine August issue in our 'Anastacia' gloves.
As captain of her ship, it's only right she have some beautiful lace gloves to match her unique headdress. Even Captain Jack Sparrow is no match for this captain, a true queen of the sea. Her spirit roams the waters to this very day, searching for new unchartered territory...
Natalie Westling shot by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin. Styled by Edward Enninful.
Naomi Campbell in Ghana for W Magazine in October 2013, wearing our 'Chloe' lace glove. The photographer is Willy Vanderperre and styled by Edward Enninful.
Red is a powerful colour. It's a colour worn by very important women and is all the more striking paired with black accessories. Naomi is self-assured, knows what she wants and will do anything in her means to get it.
Jennifer Lawrence got a little featherbrained in the 'Generation' Issue of W Magazine, September 2012. A Tim Walker-shot editorial styled by Jacob K. who chose our 'Arabella' in black and ivory.
You'll feel free as a bird in 'Arabella' as you feel the breeze tickle your skin through the tulle. Get ready to soar.
Amid sultry settings and irresistible distractions, Madonna falls under the spell of Rio de Janeiro for W Magazine's "Blame it on Rio" story for March 2009 issue. The stylist, Arianne Philips, chooses our 'Ella' lace glove in black and ivory. Photographed by Steven Klein.
Madonna is distracted, but not by who you may think. Our 'Ella' glove is the sole focus of her desire, and she's given into temptation. Who can blame her, really?